Generation UCAN superstarch

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07 Nov, 2012 08:35 PM

I would love for Dr. Rosedale to comment on or perhaps create a blog about Ucan superstarch. The website is The research states it does not raise glucose levels or insulin levels. A lot of low carb athletes are starting to rave about it.

Thank you in advance for your time.

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Fiona on 08 Nov, 2012 05:22 AM

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    Thank you for brining this to our attention. We always first look at the ingredients and the nutritional label and past any of the marketing details. The first ingredient is Modified Corn Starch, does not mater if organic, non gmo, it is corn starch, if I were looking at a product to buy I would not need to read any more. The next that jumps out is that it is really just sugar water, 31 grams of carbs - 1 fiber = 30 grams of sugar/fructose. Sucralose is a cheaper sweetener and can give you soft stools. Stevia is a better sweetener option, they used in one of their products. I looked through several of their products and did not see anything that I would ever use. For an athlete drinking something that is packed with MCT's and some protein would be far superior than this or any of the sugar products out there.

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